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Artist Opportunities

To submit an artist opportunity, please send an email to [email protected] with name, deadline, description and contact for more information.


Arts Mid-Hudson Community Galleries

Arts Mid-Hudson curates pop-up art exhibits in office buildings, restaurants, and other venues.  This is a great opportunity for artists to display and sell their work, and we invite all artists to submit artworks. There is no entry fee, but we encourage artists to become a member of Arts Mid-Hudson. This is a rolling review process with no deadline. 

You can become an Arts Mid-Hudson member here:

Additional considerations:

  • Work must be suitable for the gallery
  • All visual artistic mediums are eligible, 2-D and 3-D
  • Artists are responsible for delivering/shipping work to specified locations.
  • Arts Mid-Hudson will take every caution with the artwork, however, artists must provide their own insurance if desired.
  • Arts Mid-Hudson commission on work sold as a result of the exhibition will be 25%.
  • If hanging work, the works must have wires securely fastened on back. If work is unframed, work will be hung with binder clips

Please submit your work using this online application:
Questions? Please contact Arts Mid-Hudson here:
Phone: (845) 454-3222 | Email: [email protected]

"Show Your Love for All of New York!" Small Works Curated Art Event

Submission Deadline: June 8, 2020

Online Gallery Exhibit Dates: June 15, 2020 – July 14, 2020


Thirty (30) artists’ artwork will be selected. Each artist will have one artwork featured for one day on Inside Small’s Instagram and Facebook pages, in addition to being listed on the Inside Small online gallery for the duration of the exhibit.


THEME: New York themed artwork of any medium.


ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists age 18 and older worldwide.

Small works only. 2D and 3D artwork must not exceed 10” inches x 10” inches (including frame, mat or base). Artwork must be original and created by the submitting artist.


FEE: There is no entry fee.


SALES and LIABILITY: All artwork must be for sale. All sales will be conducted through the artist and buyer. Inside Small will not receive a commission on any art sold. Inside Small reserves the right to reject work not accurately represented by the images submitted or with missing and/or incomplete information. Neither Inside Small, the curator, nor its employees nor its agents will be liable for loss, damage to or theft of during this virtual art event. Inside Small reserves the right to use images of the artwork for publicity and educational purposes in perpetuity. By submitting artwork, the artist is agreeing to the terms outlined.


SMALL WORK SUBMISSION: Artists may submit a maximum of one (1) entry for consideration.

Artwork must not exceed 10” inches x 10” inches (including frame, mat or base).
Email high resolution jpg (max 3mb file) to [email protected]

Selected artists will be notified via e-mail during the week of June 8, 2020.

The following information MUST be included with your artwork:


Title the jpeg image with your name and title of work

Include artwork details: Title of Work, Dimensions, Medium, Price

Your name, mailing address, art website or social media link


Email your submission and information to: [email protected]

Garner Arts Center - RESILIENCE 2020


Juried Virtual Photography Exhibition for #GarnerAtHome

GARNER Arts Center

On View: July 2 – September 18, 2020

Open to: Hudson Valley and Tri-state area, including New York City

Deadline for entry: Monday, June 15 at midnight EST

Juried by: Bill Foley, Pulitzer Prize-winning Photographer

Entry fee: The fee is $5 for 1 – 4 works, $1 for each additional work up to 6 works in total. Entry fees are non-refundable. Free for GARNER Arts Center Members.

The topic for this juried exhibition is RESILIENCE in 2020. We are interested in seeing interpretations of the theme as expressed in the time of COVID-19, created by contemporary photographers at all levels of professionalism and experience.

Is resilience one’s ability to adapt to a changing world? What about us is ever-enduring? This exhibition seeks to share the resilience of the human spirit and the places we find inspiration, beauty and strength in the darkest times.

“A good half of the art of living is resilience.” Alain de Botton.

Show us what the concept of RESILIENCE means to you.

Although we cannot visit museums or galleries in this time of social-distancing, art and culture continue to be vital as a means for us to connect, share and experience. GARNER Arts Center, through #GarnerAtHome, invites artists from the Hudson Valley and Tri-State area, including New York City to submit high resolution digital photographs for consideration in this virtual exhibition.


For questions/more information, contact: Jesse Heffler, Director of Programs and Operations at [email protected]


Bill Foley is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist with 44 years’ experience documenting the narrative of life in war and peace. Over the course of his career, he has worked on assignments in 55 countries. In 2015, The Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis presented his 40+ year retrospective “Art Meets News”. In 2013 Foley was awarded the “Distinguished Alumni award” from the Indiana University of School Journalism in Bloomington, Indiana. He was Honored with being placed in the Hall of Fame at Shortridge high school in 2013, joining Author Kurt Vonnegut, Senator Richard Lugar, Author Dan Wakefield and others.

Arts Mid-Hudson - "Look Back in Wonder"

Look Back in Wonder will be an online exhibit hosted by Arts Mid-Hudson and curated by Elisa Pritzker and Greg Slick. Look Back in Wonder deals with the constant human quest through time and how artists respond to it. The present is not fractured from the past since the past informs the present and shapes the future. Given that we are all a consequence of the past, this exhibition spotlights how artists get inspired by the big subject of “the past” through memory, timelines, heritage (cultural, familial, genetic), and documented histories both real and imagined. Whether personal, social or anthropological, the artists’ approach to the past through various media has one thing in common: who are we and where do we come from?

The exhibit will be displayed in an online gallery on Arts Mid-Hudson’s website. We are exploring additional ways to display this exhibit which may include a virtual gallery and/or short videos highlighting each participating artist’s work. We will provide more information when we send notification of acceptance.

About the Curators:

Elisa Pritzker exhibited at MoMA, Queens Museum, Skirball Museum in Jerusalem, Dorsky Museum, Espronceda in Barcelona, K-Salon in Berlin Germany, in large and small group exhibits.

Among solo exhibits, her art was shown at HVMOCA [formerly HVCCA Museum], Hammond Museum, Saletta Kinzica Art Gallery-Pisa Italy, Casa Argentina-Jerusalem Israel, Galeria ArtexArte/Luz & Alfonso Castillo Foundation, Buenos Aires Argentina. Pritzker was featured at PBS Channel, CNN-in Spanish, Huffpost [Huffington Post], Chronogram Magazine, Hyperallergic and her “Eclectica Store” was showcased in the New York Times. Portfolio: | Wikipedia:

Greg Slick is based in Beacon, NY, and has exhibited in NYC as well as internationally. His work explores the interface of art, archaeology, and anthropology and the impact of early cultures on contemporary art. Prehistoric stone structures, Informalism, the Earth Art movement, the history of labor, and the study of shamanism are some of the key influences on his practice. Website:


Sunday, June 21: Deadline for submissions

Thursday, June 25: Notification of acceptance

Friday, July 10: Zoom Opening Reception: Arts Mid-Hudson will host an opening reception on Zoom which will include a discussion with the curators of the exhibit.

Sunday, August 9: Zoom Art Brunch: Arts Mid-Hudson will host a closing art brunch which will include an artist talk.

Details for artists:

Artists may submit up to three art pieces for consideration.
There is no size limit and artwork that exists digitally may be submitted.
Artwork does not have to be for sale.
All visual artistic mediums are eligible, but all pieces will be displayed in 2-D or video. Sculptors might consider creating a short video of their piece.
Performance and written art forms are also eligible. Poets and writers please submit a PDF of your work. Musicians and performing artists can submit a video or audio file.
Work must be suitable for the gallery at the discretion of the selection committee and Arts Mid-Hudson.
All submissions will be accepted using this online form.
Arts Mid-Hudson receives a 25% commission on sale of artworks

Click here to apply

Questions? Please contact Lilia Pérez, Grants and Programs Manager:
Email: [email protected]

Cornell Creative Arts Center - "Creative Together"

Call for Art

The submitted artworks should express themes of Mental Health, Pride, and/or Inclusion

Your work will be displayed in ‘Creative Together’ a virtual art gallery on the website

Deadline: June 25

To submit your art, visit:

CALL FOR MAIL ART (or Email Art)

CALL FOR MAIL ART (or Email Art)
SYNERGY in the Days of COVID

This call for mail art is open to everyone from all over the world, there is no jury, and no fee. Art must be received through the mail if possible. Both flat and 3-dimensional work will be accepted. All pieces will be displayed.

Please respond to this theme and how it affects you or your community in the days of pandemic:

The project is “Synergy”: the benefit that results when two or more agents work together to achieve something either one couldn’t have achieved on its own. It’s the concept of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts.

Please write on the piece or include: name of artist, address, phone, email and website.

All work must be original and created recently. Work must be no larger than 8.5”x11”. All styles and esthetics are welcome. The content of submissions should be appropriate for all viewers.

A digital catalog will be available to all contributing artists

All submissions must be received by July 15, 2020. Work will be exhibited virtually at (a website recently created to show digital responses to bi-monthly prompts to create and share work related to life during COVID) and a pop-up will be a post-COVID goal.

Submissions can be virtual if you or anyone in your household is ill, or not able to get to a post office and can be emailed to [email protected] We will practice safe mail protocols – even though we know mail is not on the list of easily transmitting germs/virus.

Mail work to:

Lonna Kelly Studio, LLC
28 Sans Souci Drive
Pawling, NY 12564

Lonna Kelly, photographer, was inspired by Ray Johnson to create an ongoing mail art series. Every year since 2016 Kelly has printed one of her photographs as a postcard, handwriting on the card’s front, Modify and Mail to…adding her address. The cards are given away, left for people to find in stores, galleries, and even mailed.

Matthew Hogan was curator at the Franklin Furnace Archive, an artist’s space in Tribeca New York City. He was involved with an international mail art / correspondence art exhibition in 1984. The FFA collects and exhibites artists books, performance art and supports artists in general. Today, Matthew manages a library, a movies house and a natural history collection in Pawling NY called the Akin Free Library.

Todd Samara Art Fund

Call for Proposals

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented crisis in Kingston’s arts community. To help meet the need, this year’s call for proposals for the Todd Samara Art Fund Award will be expanded to include requests for assistance by committed artists in the Kingston community. Now in its second year, the award of $1,200 was originally designed for proposals from emerging and established contemporary artists, art educators, and/or curators for a project to take place in the City of Kingston. While the Todd Samara Art Fund Committee will still consider proposals, the financial need of artists of merit will also play an important role in the decision process. In addition, the amount of funding is flexible and multiple awards may be considered. This opportunity is open to all genres of art practice, including music, performance, literary arts, and video. Applicants must either reside or work in the City of Kingston.

While in the past we required applicants to send a short description of their project, this year applicants may also or instead describe a need related to their art practice they deem worthy of funding, along with a one-page CV and up to eight images or links to videos. In judging creative work of merit, factors that will be considered by the committee include: originality of conception, quality of execution and/or craft, professionalism of presentation and visibility and/or engagement with the community, particularly as it pertains to under-served communities and the education of under-resourced youth. Given the current quarantine, works or a project that can be shared digitally in innovative ways will also be a consideration. Proposals should be submitted to [email protected] by July 15, 2020.
The award will be announced in September.

About the Todd Samara Art Fund Award The Todd Samara Art Fund Award was created by the family and friends of Todd Samara in 2018 to preserve his legacy as an artist. For over 30 years, Todd lived and painted in Kingston’s Rondout neighborhood, translating its hilly streets, tight rows of 19th-century gable-roofed houses, bridges and panoramic river views into poetic visions characterized by simplified, textured forms and rich, glowing color. In 2017 Todd was diagnosed with dementia and placed in long-term care. In deciding how to deal with the hundreds of paintings and drawings Todd left behind, the Samara family arranged for an auction to be held to raise funds that would then be used to benefit other artists in Kingston. The family felt this would be a great way to keep Todd’s presence alive in the community, which played such an important part in his work. The auction was held in November 2018 and raised over $30,000, which has been invested with the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley. The fund is administered by the Midtown Arts District (MAD), and a committee was formed to oversee an annual arts award generated from the fund’s interest. In 2019, the first annual award was given to The Matter Digest, which was announced at the Midtown Arts District’s annual Celebration of the Arts festival in August.

Queen City 15 Call for Art - Women

Exhibition theme: WOMEN

This show celebrates the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, featuring artwork of and about women and the special and diverse roles they play in our individual lives, and the way they shape our culture and society, past, present, and future.

Location: 317 Main Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Show Dates: September 4 through 26

Opening Reception: September 5, 4:00 to 6:00

Submission Deadline: Midnight Friday July 31
More details at

Art Gallery 71 Call for Artists

Art Gallery 71, a cooperative fine arts gallery in the heart of Rhinebeck Village, is seeking artists to fill the 3 remaining membership vacancies. Qualified artists will be chosen on a first come-first served basis. For more information please email: or stop by the gallery at 71 East Market Street, Rhinebeck NY, 845-516-4878. Open Friday through Sunday.

Queen City 15 Gallery Call for Artists

Queen City 15 Gallery, a cooperative fine arts gallery in downtown Poughlkeespie, is seeking artists to fill the available open membership vacancies. Qualified artists will be chosen on a first come-first served basis.

For more information please email: [email protected] or visit the gallery website

Hudson Valley Seed Company Call for Artists

Apply To Be A Pack Artist

2021 Application Process Is Open.

Thank you for your interest in contributing your creativity and skill to the Hudson Valley Seed Company! Our 2021 Call for Art is now open!

Applications are submitted by completing the form below, before completing the form, please review our GUIDELINES for information on who can apply (US-based artists only), what mediums we accept (nearly all!), and what you’ll receive if we commission your artwork! Please use the form below to send us your information and two images of existing work (after you hit “Next”).

If you already submitted artwork for our 2021 Call for Art, thank you! We will review all submissions and get back to all applicants by the end of May. If you are selected to be a semi-finalist, you will be given variety options and guidelines for submitting a sketch proposal. 


Wassaic Project 2020-2021 FAMILY Winter Residency Program

Wassaic Project 2020-2021 FAMILY Winter Residency Program Open Call

Application Opens: 04/21/2020

Deadline: 06/9/2020, midnight EST

Application Fee (USD): $25.00

The Wassaic Project is accepting proposals for our Family Winter Residency Program (November 2020 – April 2021) for artists, writers, curators, filmmakers, and other creatives and their families. Residencies are 1 – 8 weeks in length and families are considered full participants of our residency program, with additional housing accommodations.

The Wassaic Project broadly defines “family” as a group of more than one individual where there is an in-house dependent relationship as a necessary caregiver. The Wassaic Project recognizes that artists who have caregiving relationships, as providers or recipients, often opt-out of peer community building for practical reasons. The Wassaic Project aims to provide accommodations which increase access to our residency program. Examples of caregiving may include, but are not limited to: parent/child (parent is caregiver), child/parent (child is caregiver), partner/partner (where one partner is a supportive caregiver of other and cohabitation is required for caregiving), recipient of caregiving, or a self-selection into this application for separate and additional housing space by identifying as a family applicant.

Housed in historic, landmark buildings, the residency program offers approximately ten artists each month the opportunity to live and work in the heart of a rural community. The Wassaic Project seeks artists working in a diverse range of media who want to produce, explore, challenge, and expand on their current art-making practices, while participating in a community-based arts organization. We welcome and value participants of all identities and backgrounds. Residents are selected by a review committee composed of the Wassaic Project Co-Directors, our Residency Director, and professionals in the field.


Residents will receive an adaptable studio space in the historic Maxon Mills. All studios are roughly 80-100 square feet. Family residents will have 24 hour access to their studio and accommodation which includes a private house. Residents also have access to workshop facilities: a wood shop and a ceramics studio.


Two to three times a month, artists-in-residence are invited to sign up for one-on-one studio visits with Visiting Artists/Critics. Our embedded critics – Ghost of a Dream – also make group studio visits each month, along with our Residency Director and additional WP staff. All residents are invited to participate in a monthly evening of artist’s talks and presentations, as well as Open Studios towards the end of their residency.


The actual cost of each residency is $5,000 per month, which includes a semi-private studio, private bedroom, full use of our facilities, visiting artist program, studio visits, insurance, and staff support. In an effort to serve and support emerging artists, we attempt to subsidize residencies for all individual artists who do not have other forms of support. Thanks to the generous support of donors and grants, the artist’s contribution for a family residency is $900 per month.

We also offer need-based financial assistance to residents for whom it would be impossible to attend without financial support. Financial need is self-reported by artists in their applications. We ask that artists who are in a position to fully contribute towards the residency fee please do so.

For more info:

Application Requirements:

Contact information

Answer the following question: Wassaic Project believes their residency works best as a creative laboratory untied to outcome. They would like to hear about what makes you curious, what you are interested in investigating, and what your jumping off point would be. (200 words max)

1 – 10 work samples

CV (3 pages max)

2 references

$25 application fee

Salisbury Bank 2020 Scholarship Program

2020 Scholarship Program 

enriching local communities through higher education

We are pleased to announce our 2020 “Time to Shine” Scholarship Program.

The Bank created its Scholarship Program in 2009 to assist students who have a proven financial need and who are already making a difference in their communities.

Multiple scholarships may be awarded for up to $1,500.00 each to assist eligible students seeking a college degree in a variety of programs. Ideal candidates will be students of academic achievement, who possess a variety of interests and leadership experience, show consistent community involvement, and the desire to make their world a better place.

Submit your application by Wednesday, June 30th, 2020!

Click Here to submit an application and get more detailed information about our Scholarship Program.

Visual and Performing Arts Programs for Teens

Web: SKS.ORG/Summer-on-The-Mountain
Contact: Ben Harnick | [email protected] | 845-458-7589

Overall description:
The Storm King School invites your students to experience the exciting enrichment programs “that make us New York’s premier boarding school. Our distinguished faculty have taken some of our most popular courses, and crafted them into intensive, hands on, experiential education summer programs.

Individual program descriptions:
• SKS Summer Theater: July 20 – August 2
Students will have an opportunity to work collaboratively with accomplished faculty, and each other, on stage and behind the scenes to produce and perform Footloose the Musical in spectacular Storm King School style!

• SKS Summer Film School: July 20 – August 8
From script to screen and everything in between, students collaborate in writing, directing, acting, and editing a short film shown on the final day. Past films have later been shown alongside professional work at the Manhattan Short Film Festival! All students receive IMDB credits!

• Hudson River School Experience: July 20 – July 26
Inspired by the Hudson River School artists, this program features plein air art instruction for beginning – intermediate artists and guided exploration of the local sites made famous by the River School creators. Students can expect a combination of art and adventure each day of this week long program.

• SKS Fashion Design Workshop: July 27 – August 8
From conception to construction, students learn essential skills and techniques to design, alter, and create clothing. The program culminates with a fashion show on the final day!


Workshops at Arts Mid-Hudson

AMH provides a range of experiential and creative workshops led by expert practitioners in their fields.

Check out the selection here and join us!

All workshops are located at Arts Mid-Hudson (696 Dutchess Turnpike, Suite F, Poughkeepsie) unless specified otherwise.

Workshops and Classes at Ballet Arts Studio

Ballet Arts Studio provides a variety of classes/workshops/intensives for all skill levels.

Check out upcoming selections here!

Ballet Arts Studio, 107 Teller Ave, Beacon, NY 12508

Workshops at Cornell Creative Arts Center

Click HERE for class schedule and registration

Workshops at Fall Kill Creative Works

Click HERE for class schedule and registration

Workshops at the Fay Wood Studio
Offerin workshops in Found Object Assemblage and other mediums.
No deadline, held from 9:30 am to 4pm
pre-registration required. PayPay accepted.
For more information; [email protected] or 845 246 7504 . 123 Market Street, Saugerties,NY
Workshops at Kaatsbaan

Kaatsbaan is thrilled to offer workshops, masterclasses, and studio visits. Open to the public.


Click here for details

Lessons with Leslie Bender
Private art lessons with Leslie Bender at The Shirt Factory in Kingston, NY.
Learn to draw and paint whatever you wish to learn, beginning where you are now. Drawing, perspective, volume, composition. Watercolor, pen and ink, acrylic painting. Beginner to advanced welcome.
Visit and contact: PayPal accepted.   Cell~845-670-2027
Workshops at R&F Paints

Click HERE for class schedule and registration

Workshops at Woodstock School of Art

Click HERE for class schedule and registration

Queens Council on the Arts - High School to Art School
Visit website for details:
Unison Arts Center
68 Mountain Rest Rd.
New Paltz, NY  


Fused Glass Workshop with Jeep Johnson

Fused Glass Workshop
Feb 1st 2nd and 4th

Learn the basics of glass cutting, fusing (combining colors and shapes) and slumping, which gives the glass a shape. You will have the opportunity to make 2 dishes as well as a couple of necklaces.  It’is great fun and very easy and rewarding for beginners, so please don’t worry about your skill level.


We will work Saturday February 1st from 10:00am – 4:00pm. Our goal is to get the glass in the kiln by around 3:00. The glass “cooks” in the kiln for 24 hours, so we come back on Sunday at 4:00  to clean up the pieces and send them back into the kiln to be shaped, which takes another 24 hours.
We will have work pickup on Tuesday February 4th @ 6:00pm.  The pickup will involve discussion, questions and review of your pieces. 

The cost of the class is $175.00 and is limited to 6 people. Reservations are established in the order I receive them. Please call, text or email to make reservations, payments need to follow shortly after, via check, Venmo or Paypal. In the event you are unable to make the class I will issue a credit for another class. There are no refunds, 

I will also be giving classes in the spring and summer and if you have some friends that want to do it together let me know the dates and we can build the classes around your group. 

Fused Glass Workshop:$175.00
Saturday Feb 1, 10:00am – 4:00pm – In the kiln
Sunday   Feb 2,  4:00pm – 5:30pm – Back in the kiln
Tuesday Feb 4,  6:00pm – 7:00pm – Pickup work and discussion



Niagara Firehouse
6 N. Hamilton Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601


Art Condo

ArtCondo ( is a NYC real estate initiative founded by artists, that helps creative individuals purchase raw commercial workspaces and live/work lofts in a new way.  Fine artists, writers, dancers, musicians, designers, architects, research scientists, teachers, artisans, non-profits and more are all invited to participate.  ArtCondo gathers creative people together to form buying groups to leverage their collective buying power and cultural capital to purchase space collectively.   Each building becomes a haven protecting artists and producers from future displacement, and connecting them to surrounding communities.  Learn more and Sign up at   Contact: [email protected]

Art Storage Space

3000-6000SF of art storage space for lease in Pine Plains, NY.

The space was previously used as a storage location for Mark Matthews Gallery for five years.

The link to the online brochure is

Artist/Maker Space - Poughkeepsie

Artist/Maker Space Available
295 Main Street, Poughkeepsie

Located in the historic district and heart of Downtown Poughkeepsie the Cast Iron Building was built in 1872. The historic building’s central location is perfect for any new or existing business. The high ceilings and natural light make it the perfect artist studio space for all artisans. Area restaurants include King’s Court Brewing Company, Brasserie 292, and Mill House Brewing Company. Located in Dutchess County’s Central Business District, there are community happenings such as The Chance Theater, Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Middle Main, and Walkway Over the Hudson, to name a few. Neighboring offices, for example, The Poughkeepsie Journal, NY State Offices, Poughkeepsie City Court, and Dutchess County Court House are in close proximity as well. 3 Minutes away is the Metro-North Train Station, Hudson Line to Grand Central Terminal is 1 hour and 50 minutes Poughkeepsie Amtrak to Penn Station is 1 hour and 25 minutes.

Please let us know your intended use and requirements as we have a number of other properties available that may be suitable.

Kindly feel free to call our office (845)485-3100 for further details or email Tom Cervone, Principal Broker, directly at [email protected]

As a reference, please click here to view a list of our corporate qualifications.

Beacon Music Factory -Rehearsal Space

Hourly and Monthly
special daytime rates
econo packages
2-hr minimum 
Fully equipped with PAs, drum kits, bass rigs, and plenty more. 
Nice folks who mostly like to rock 
SHARE this with people.  They’ll thank you. 
How about you get in here now and make some noise: 845-765-0472

Beacon Music Factory - Workspace

It’s often downright tranquil between 9am and 3pm.

If you need a bit of inspiration, a room where you can close the door and take a call, (a room that’s not in your house), wifi to navigate, a printer to print, hallways to pace, coffee to drink, they’d be happy to have you.

If you’d like to come do your work peacefully and affordably, email Beacon Music Factory at [email protected]

Kingston Dance Space

The large dance studio is about 1,000 Sq Ft plus 2 other rooms and an office. Or it could be opened up to 2 large spaces.
Total available is 2,850 Sq Ft but can be divided. There may be other spaces additionally in the building soon also.


Tenant Space in Poughkeepsie

First Lutheran therefore is seeking new mission partners representing non-profit agencies or programs in keeping with our vision for meeting the needs of our neighborhood and wider community. We are grateful that the office of the Executive Director of Habitat will remain anchored in North Poughkeepsie so ideally we seek partners who will be compatible with the goals of Habitat and First Lutheran’s commitment to serve our Poughkeepsie neighbors.

Available space includes:
   On the ground floor – a shared conference room, fully equipped kitchen, and bathroom, plus 2 private offices, and both a front and back entrance. This floor is handicap accessible.
   On the second floor – 3 private offices (one large enough to function as a conference room) and two full bathrooms.
   Private staff parking at the rear of the building (access via alleyway off Mill Street).

We anticipate that this space will be available on or about October 1, 2019. (This date could be negotiated.) We would require tenants to have their own liability insurance. Please share this information with your networks.

Further details and visits to 45 Catharine Street may be arranged by contacting First Lutheran’s President, Beth Collins, at: [email protected] or by leaving a message at the church office: Tel. 845-452-6050.

Studio Rental/Office Space

Beautiful office/music/photography/art/dance space for rent in a quiet location looking out at the pond. It is 216 sq ft, with an extra 80 sq ft of storage space. It has a shared waiting area, half bathroom, and own parking space, all for $550 per month including all utilities. For a good person I am happy to adjust the price. Please contact [email protected]

Large Artist Space Poughkeepsie
135 North Hamilton st ( 2nd Floor ) Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 12601 
1 Large, Private work space for artist’s, makers or small manufactures. 
1600 sq ft raw as is  (or built to suit needs) for 1600.00 a month, Electric and Wifi included. Perfect for Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Photography, start up manufactures, ect. It is large enough to share with other artists. 
(Unfortunately its not suitable for a recording studio or amplified music due to the other tenets on the floor and the business below)
It is the second floor with 24 -7 access, private entry on a floor shared with 6 other art studios. Includes a private reception room outside of the work space, 
Off Street Parking available, 
$1600.00 a month – 1 month security, 
This is a non-live work space only. 
Currently available to view, for an appointment 
contact John at